Practices for Recovering Resilience

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Resonance – Separateness and Oneness

This e-newsletter explores resonance – how we pick up on other people’s energy, positive or negative. How we can skillfully differentiate our energy and emotions from another’s and still remain […]

Healthy Aging

Bill Moyers interviewed Harvard sociologist Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot on his PBS Journal recently about her latest book: The Third Chapter: Passion, Risk, and Adventure in the 25 Years After 50. I’m […]

Reflections on Laughter

The August 2009 issue of Ode magazine is devoted to Laughter: how laughter evolved and how it makes us human; the positive impacts of laughter on health and productivity; how […]

Thinking Outside the Box

No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it. – Albert Einstein The impacts of global warming and a failing global economy require our leaders […]

Community Offers True Security

In these perilous times, when the rules are changing and the social safety nets are unraveling so quickly, when personal or family security seems several deep notches more uncertain; it’s […]

The Neurobiology of Feeling Unlovable

I had the privilege of teaching “The Neurobiology of Feeling Unlovable”– and what relational psychology, Buddhism, and modern neuroscience teach us that we can do about that – to my […]

The Universality of Suffering

One of my beloved cats died on New Year’s Eve. I had lived with this sweet, playful purr-ball for ten years. Then two weeks of acute kidney failure, hospitalizations, complex […]

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